KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer spoke in an interview with TASS from Russia and revealed his plans for after the “End of the Road” tour ends. He said:
“I am younger than the other guys… maybe I will still be involved with KISS in a different way. It will probably be something which is associated with music or the entertainment business for sure.“
He also talked about the farewell tour and said:
“Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Eric Singer and myself, we decided that while the band is still very good and we are doing the best shows, we have been doing… in the history of the band, that we wanted to go out when we’re in top form and do a final tour.”
On the fans who doubt that KISS truly intends to retire upon the tour’s completion, he said:
“It is not a gimmick; it is legitimate. This will be the final tour of KISS. The shows in Moscow and St. Petersburg will be the last KISS is going to play there.”
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KISS added 25 more dates for their ‘End of the Road’ farewell tour. The second leg of the tour kicks off August 6 in Sunrise, Fla. Click here to details.